Amid the rise of the Islamic State group late last year, U.S. News reported the U.S. military was hoarding more than 3,000 fighting vehicles in nearby Kuwait, mostly the mine-resistant, ambush-protected combat trucks known as MRAPs that played a key role in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. This stockpile, made up largely of equipment withdrawn from Afghanistan, was designed to give war planners options and bolster Iraq's military forces as they disintegrated in the face of Islamic State group violence.
More than six months later, only 300 MRAPs have actually gone to the Iraqi government, U.S. News has subsequently learned, defying logic among observers who question why the besieged nation would not accept a deal that bolsters its defenses and improves greatly on its outdated fleet of vehicles.
In short, why wouldn't Iraq want more of a good thing? ...http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2015/07/29/iraq-only-accepts-fraction-of-us-equipment-to-fight-isis
-bth: the reason its only 300 gifted is because Iraqi officials can't get a kickback on equipment that is transferred government to government or gifted. If on the other hand they bought 300 new items of whatever then the corrupt procurement system can function. It is pretty much that simple. It is hard to see how the Iraqi government can win a war like this, but the politicians and militias can get more graft by letting these used units that could save men's lives sit in a warehouse.